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Plan Id
AA-333096
NAICS Code
541611
Fiscal Year Of Award
2024
Last Modified Date
6/20/2024

Operating Unit
Dominican Republic
Sector
Management
A&A Specialist Name
Selines Vasquez
Award Length
5 years
Eligibility Criteria
TBD
Principal Geographic Code
937- Default Geographical Code
Award Action Type
To Be Determined (TBD)
Category Management Contract Vehicle
TBD
Solicitation Number
TBD
Small Business Set Aside
TBD
Cocreation
TBD
Anticipated Solicitation Release Date
1/30/2025
Anticipated Award Date
6/17/2025
Total Estimated Cost
$10M - $24.99M

Caribbean Support Services Platform (MEL) for Monitoring and Evaluation support and other services

Plan Id
AA-332040
NAICS Code
541611
Fiscal Year Of Award
2024
Last Modified Date
6/20/2024

Operating Unit
Armenia
Sector
Environment and Global Climate Change
A&A Specialist Name
Armen Yeghiazarian
Award Length
5 years
Eligibility Criteria
None
Principal Geographic Code
110 - New Independent States
937- Default Geographical Code
Award Action Type
USAID Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity Contract (IDIQ)
Category Management Contract Vehicle
N/A
Solicitation Number
TBD
Small Business Set Aside
N/A
Cocreation
None
Anticipated Solicitation Release Date
7/31/2024
Anticipated Award Date
1/31/2025
Total Estimated Cost
$50M - $99.99M

The goal of the contract is to strengthen Armenia’s resilience by focusing on strengthening key systems against a wide range of potential threats. These key systems include: natural resource management; disaster risk management; agriculture, food security, and food production systems; water resource management; energy systems; and the systems that support climate resilient infrastructure. The goal will be achieved through provision of technical assistance, capacity building, in-kind support, and grants under contract.

Task Order Technical Requirements

Natural Resource Management
Potential task order interventions will strengthen the public and private environmental and natural resource management systems to promote self-reliance, a healthier population, sustainable livelihoods and economic opportunity, peaceful management of conflict over resources, and increased resilience. This can include interventions that address land and resource rights; environmental and plastic pollution; natural resource-related conflict and violence; urban resilience, and environmental health, and other interventions that may be relevant and appropriate.

Disaster Risk Management (DRM)
Potential task order interventions will build the resilience of communities, cities, institutions, systems and societies to shocks and stresses. This can include bolstering institutions and capabilities at the national, local, community, and civil society levels to strengthen each of the four key phases of DRM - mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery - with the emphasis on preventing new risks, reducing existing risks and strengthening resilience; engaging the whole society and all parts of the Government of Armenia to ensure shared national responsibility for DRM; applying multi-hazard approach and inclusive risk-informed decision-making; and enabling rapid deployment of funds and other resources in the event of sudden onset disasters, and other interventions that may be relevant and appropriate.

Agriculture, Food Security, and Food Production Systems
Potential task order interventions will work with the public and private sector to increase domestic production for domestic consumption and reduce dependence on imports to stabilize market systems, as well as to increase domestic production for export and export market diversification. This can include supporting agriculture sector knowledge management, increased domestic production of staple crops for domestic consumption, food systems resilience, as well as other interventions deemed necessary and appropriate to improve food security in Armenia.

Water Resource Management
Potential task order interventions will support the implementation of the U.S. Government’s Global Water Strategy in Armenia. Interventions can support strengthened sector governance, financing, and markets; increase equitable access to safe, sustainable, and climate-resilient water and sanitation services; improve climate-resilient conservation and management of freshwater resources; reduce conflict and fragility related to water, and other interventions that may be relevant and appropriate.

Energy Systems
Potential task order interventions will support efforts to increase energy system resilience by supporting market liberalization reforms; increased regional energy trade; diversified domestic generation of renewable energy; adoption of energy efficiency measures; and cybersecurity measures to protect Armenia’s energy systems. This can include strengthening relevant government and non-governmental institutions, policies, systems, workforce, and skills to further energy reforms and engagement with the private sector to promote energy system resilience, and other interventions that may be relevant and appropriate.

Systems to Support Climate-Resilient Infrastructure
Potential task order interventions will support the development of climate-resilient infrastructure and the systems that support their development. This can include the preparation of technical and economic pre-feasibility and feasibility studies; development of infrastructure design documents; development of strategies, action plans, and other documents needed to institutionalize climate-resilient infrastructure into Government of Armenia processes; developing the capacity of the Government of Armenia and the private sector to implement climate-resilient infrastructure solutions, and other interventions that may be relevant and appropriate. Potential infrastructure sectors may include transportation, water, sanitation and waste management, energy, communications, and shelter services, and others identified in the future.

Responding to Shocks and Unforeseen Events
Due to unforeseen requirements and ever changing environments, potential task orders may be issued that require technical interventions that fall within the purview of USAID/Armenia’s Economic Growth Office, but have not been identified as of yet. These task orders will be used to respond to unanticipated events impacting on or related to the achievement of overall project and Economic Growth Office objectives. Based on demonstrated need and available funding, task orders will be used to provide assistance to the Government of Armenia, and/or the private sector to better navigate and respond to these shocks.
While specific activities undertaken will be determined by the nature and scope of the economic shock, as well as the needs of the GOAM, illustrative activities that will be implemented under this objective include:

? Training and capacity building
? Assessments
? Technical Assistance
? In-kind support such as equipment purchases
? Small scale infrastructure development
? Grants Under Contract

Plan Id
AA-330773
NAICS Code
541990
Fiscal Year Of Award
2024
Last Modified Date
6/20/2024

Operating Unit
Zambia
Sector
Water and Sanitation
A&A Specialist Name
Elizabeth Chisala
Award Length
5 years
Eligibility Criteria
tbd
Principal Geographic Code
935 - Worldwide (Including Cooperating Country)
Award Action Type
USAID IDIQ Task Order
Category Management Contract Vehicle
Tier 1
Small Business Set Aside
TBD
Cocreation
None
Anticipated Solicitation Release Date
6/14/2024
Anticipated Award Date
10/1/2024
Total Estimated Cost
$50M - $99.99M

Plan Id
AA-329514
NAICS Code
541990
Fiscal Year Of Award
2024
Last Modified Date
6/20/2024

Operating Unit
Pakistan
Sector
Democracy, Human Rights, and Governance
A&A Specialist Name
Sufyan Javed
Award Length
4 years
Eligibility Criteria
TBD
Principal Geographic Code
937- Default Geographical Code
Award Action Type
To Be Determined (TBD)
Category Management Contract Vehicle
TBD
Solicitation Number
TBD
Small Business Set Aside
TBD
Cocreation
Request for Information (RFI)/Sources Sought Notice
Anticipated Solicitation Release Date
8/16/2024
Anticipated Award Date
12/31/2024
Total Estimated Cost
$10M - $24.99M

To promote participatory governance, stability, and climate resilient development in Pakistan.

Plan Id
AA-329920
NAICS Code
541990
Fiscal Year Of Award
2024
Last Modified Date
6/20/2024

Operating Unit
Peru
Sector
Management
A&A Specialist Name
Rosario Saldana
Award Length
5 years
Eligibility Criteria
US Small Business
Principal Geographic Code
935 - Worldwide (Including Cooperating Country)
Award Action Type
Stand Alone Contract
Category Management Contract Vehicle
TBD
Solicitation Number
TBD
Small Business Set Aside
Total set-aside
Cocreation
TBD
Anticipated Solicitation Release Date
9/16/2024
Anticipated Award Date
11/29/2024
Total Estimated Cost
$10M - $24.99M

The Contractor must provide technical support and/or services on relevant areas of the USAID program cycle. This includes support for effective planning, robust design, performance reporting, evaluations, conducting special studies, DQA, ME&L, CLA, use of GIS, DIS and KM at all levels to support programs and activities from Peru's bilateral and South America Regional portfolios, as well as from USAID Missions in South America. Overall, the ultimate expected results of this Contract are to strengthen USAID’s program cycle systems in the bilateral and SAR programs and to enhance the capacity of local/regional entities in the use of evidence for programming, learning, and adaptive management.

Plan Id
AA-329321
NAICS Code
541690
Fiscal Year Of Award
2024
Last Modified Date
6/20/2024

Operating Unit
Pakistan
Sector
Economic Growth and Trade
A&A Specialist Name
Sami Abbasi
Award Length
5 years
Eligibility Criteria
OASIS - Unrestricted Pool
Principal Geographic Code
937- Default Geographical Code
Award Action Type
Other Federal Order (FAR 16.505)
Category Management Contract Vehicle
Tier - 3 (OASIS Unrestricted Pool)
Solicitation Number
TBD
Small Business Set Aside
N/A
Cocreation
None
Anticipated Solicitation Release Date
7/15/2024
Anticipated Award Date
9/2/2024
Total Estimated Cost
$10M - $24.99M

This five year activity is expected to be focused to increase women’s participation in Pakistan’s economy by supporting women-led businesses (WLB) including start-ups and micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME). The activity is expected to be focused on increasing access to finance, access to digital technology, improving operational performance and supply chain linkages; and developing the entrepreneurship ecosystem that will enable WLBs to start, expand, and innovate.

Plan Id
AA-333852
NAICS Code
621610
Fiscal Year Of Award
2025
Last Modified Date
6/18/2024

Operating Unit
Guatemala
Sector
Global Health
A&A Specialist Name
Carolina Villegas
Award Length
5 years
Eligibility Criteria
Full competition
Principal Geographic Code
937- Default Geographical Code
Award Action Type
Cooperative Agreement
Category Management Contract Vehicle
N/A
Small Business Set Aside
N/A
Cocreation
TBD
Anticipated Solicitation Release Date
7/31/2024
Anticipated Award Date
1/31/2025
Total Estimated Cost
$25M - $49.99M

to provide tailored and targeted technical support in areas of highest need and priority to key actors and entities in Guatemala to strengthen the health system and human resource capabilities that build resilience and self-reliance to prevent, mitigate and respond to the health and economic impacts of emerging infectious disease pandemics.

Plan Id
AA-333848
NAICS Code
1
Fiscal Year Of Award
2024
Last Modified Date
6/18/2024

Operating Unit
Sierra Leone
Sector
Democracy, Human Rights, and Governance
A&A Specialist Name
Bernadette Daluz
Award Length
5 years
Eligibility Criteria
Full and Open
Principal Geographic Code
TBD
Award Action Type
Cooperative Agreement
Category Management Contract Vehicle
TBD
Small Business Set Aside
TBD
Cocreation
TBD
Anticipated Solicitation Release Date
8/30/2024
Anticipated Award Date
12/31/2024
Total Estimated Cost
$10M - $24.99M
Plan Id
AA-333506
NAICS Code
1
Fiscal Year Of Award
2025
Last Modified Date
6/18/2024

Operating Unit
Ecuador
Sector
Environment and Global Climate Change
A&A Specialist Name
Andre-Guy Soh
Award Length
5 years
Eligibility Criteria
TBD
Principal Geographic Code
937- Default Geographical Code
Award Action Type
To Be Determined (TBD)
Category Management Contract Vehicle
TBD
Small Business Set Aside
N/A
Cocreation
TBD
Anticipated Solicitation Release Date
10/31/2024
Anticipated Award Date
3/31/2025
Total Estimated Cost
$10M - $24.99M

Promote sustainable livelihoods and advance natural climate solutions in areas affected by deforestation and land degradation through greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction and mitigation efforts.

Plan Id
AA-330183
NAICS Code
541690
Fiscal Year Of Award
2025
Last Modified Date
6/18/2024

Operating Unit
Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance (BHA)
Sector
Working in Crises and Conflict
A&A Specialist Name
HBMO/A&A/QA
Award Length
5 years
Eligibility Criteria
TBD
Principal Geographic Code
TBD
Award Action Type
To Be Determined (TBD)
Category Management Contract Vehicle
TBD
Small Business Set Aside
N/A
Cocreation
TBD
Anticipated Solicitation Release Date
11/9/2022
Anticipated Award Date
12/29/2024
Total Estimated Cost
$100M - $299.99M

In support of the USAID Climate Strategy, USAID's Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance's Climate Smart Disaster Ready APS seeks to implement innovative and applicable adaptation solutions in communities at greatest risk to climate related disasters, in current and foreseeable humanitarian settings. The APS will invest in locally-led solutions through enhanced local partnerships, amplify climate thought leadership and the knowledge base with innovative solutions from change agents serving communities at greatest risk, and scale up proven climate-risk reduction actions for enhanced adaptation of communities with greatest vulnerability.

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